Here's what you might have missed: The "public spectacle" might be delayed: Special counsel Robert Mueller's long awaited testimony before two House committees - or the "public spectacle", as Attorney General William Barr described it - might be delayed another week.
In this March 24, 2019 photo, then-special counsel Robert Mueller walks past the White House, after attending St. John's Episcopal Church for morning services, in Washington.
Mueller had been scheduled to testify July 17 about the findings of his Russian Federation investigation.
"We will use this postponement to nationalize our efforts, giving national attention to the disenfranchisement of D.C. residents and to continue to build support for the bill in the House, Senate and across the country", Norton said.
Special counsel Robert Mueller spoke at the Department of Justice on May 29 about the Russian Federation investigation.
The questions surrounding the hearing threatened to distract from the Democrats' intended objective: highlighting the contents of Mueller's 448-page report for Americans who they believe have not read it.
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Mueller said because of longstanding Justice Department regulations that a sitting president can not be indicted, his team of investigators didn't consider trying to indict Trump.
In the news conference, Mueller indicated that it was up to Congress to decide what to do with his findings.
"But the bigger point, which I said yesterday, is that we need Mueller to come in and testify and that's what we're focused on finalizing", the Washington Democrat said.
But Mueller refrained from recommending criminal charges against the president, saying he had no power to do so.
But under the tentative agreement, the Judiciary Committee would be given an extra hour.
The hearing set for July 24 has been lengthened to three hours.
"I appreciate news the chairman has taken seriously the concerns Judiciary Republicans raised this week".
Mueller addressed the public from the Department of Justice earlier this year following his "No Collusion" conclusion; telling the American people any Congressional testimony would be confined to the contents of his report.